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Remission aml
May 6, 2010
... These are really all questions that you should ask your doctor. I had AML in July of 2004 and had a BMT in October of 2004. I am currently cancer free. The longer that you are post bone marrow transplant the better the numbers get. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear you've relapsed. I was diagnosed with AML in September 2001 and have been in remission since October 2001. I ended up having a BMT in May 2002 due to chemo complications, but in a first remission. ... (2 replies)
Jun 22, 2006
... had at the end of his treatment normal bone marrow, spinal fluid and bloodwork. ... (2 replies)

Jan 4, 2006
... He was dx. in 1999 and relapsed in Winter 2002 in the bone marrow, blood, CNS within a month of finishing three years of chemotherapy. He was transplanted in Feb. 2003 and then relapsed again in Winter 2003. ... (6 replies)
... AML affects various white blood cells including granulocytes, monocytes and platelets. Approximately 80 to 90 percent of people with AML attain remissions some of those patients have later recurrences. ... (5 replies)
... of all AML cases. Multiple transplants are very risky and more then 2 transplants are almost never done. ... (5 replies)
... Greetings All, I am the new girl on the block with a few questions. Has anyone else heard of treating AML with Revlimid? ... (0 replies)
... I just joined this forum. My brother has AML M5. He received an unrelated donor bone marrow transplant but relapsed with subcutaneous nodules about 4 months after transplant. ... (5 replies)
... My mother has just finished her 3rd round of chemo and in remission. The cause of the leukemia is from previous chemotherpay treatment for breast cancer. ... (2 replies)
... I wished I was aware of alternative treatments before my daughter had a relapsed of AML. ... (4 replies)
... t down to the nitty gritty of your little boy, at least I know our diagnosis, I can get on with the job and challenge at hand, not knowing for such a long period of time would drive me insane. You need to dictate to these doctors as I feel a diagnosis is way overdue. ... (1 replies)
... In 1999 I was dx with AML, acute onset and fatal unless I checked into the hospital that afternoon; admitted and treated. Returned to work in Feb 2000 until relapse, again acute onset, October 2001 and mini stem cell transplant 2/2002 from a male donor who was a 10 for 10 on the HLA scale but unrelated. I stumbled onto this site today while searching for info on Myositis, a... (8 replies)
... followed by transplant. My daughter is alive today because of multiple transplants. ... (4 replies)
... I am not very versed in ALL, my daughter had AML. But ALL is Acute Lymphatic Leukemia. I am not aware of Leukemia being "staged" as you have spoke of. With ALL it is Standard Risk and High Risk. ALL is a cancer of the blood. ... (1 replies)
Apr 27, 2007
... My brother has just been diagnosed with AML age 25, and has just started chemo. He bones are swollen and sore because of all the blast cells and he has no mature white blood cells so he has been isolated. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for your reply to my post. I really am so sorry to hear about your child having AML and needing a bone marrow transplant. How are things now? ... (5 replies)
... E anyone know of these ? ... (1 replies)
... in law has relapse. Basically all acute Leukemia has possibility to be cured, unfortunately Leukemia is vary for each person. Two person could have the same type of Leukemia and use the same method for treatment but the results could be very different. ... (10 replies)
... some patients relapse at which point a bone marrow transplant is considered. ... (7 replies)
Just hang in there
Nov 11, 2007
... weeks ago. three rounds of chemo done and just waiting and waiting now. Being back in isolation always the hardest part. The team of doctors and nurses are fantastic and we have great faith in their abilities. He isn't having a transplant at this stage as he doesn't have a matched donor. ... (0 replies)

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